'Creative operations management' platform makes it easier for publishers, brands and agencies to collaborate on digital assets. The goal: improve creative teams' review, revision and approval cycles.
Forbes is pioneering a new approach to publishing in the digital age – but that doesn’t mean it’s gone ‘digital first,’ Chief Product Officer Lewis D’Vorkin says. He also disputes the notion that Forbes is turning into a content farm. Full Story
Cygnus rebuilds its suite of websites around a common content management system that integrates print, web and mobile workflows. In-house development keeps implementation costs low – and the returns are starting to show. Full Story
Twenty years into the Web, you’d think publishers would have figured out the best way to handle online corrections by now. But the issue of how to acknowledge and correct mistakes remains problematic for many of us. Full Story
Media companies are relying more on cloud-based software for everything from content management to Web hosting and workflow tools. The Om Alliance aims to improve the process for publishers. Full Story
A new digital platform helps online editorial teams manage pre- and post-production activities within their existing CMS. Early customers include Fortune, Discovery Channel and Consumer Reports. Full Story
As media companies extend and enhance their publications and brands across a broader array of platforms and channels, they need to get more out of their content development efforts. Doing so requires a rethinking of the entire business. Full Story
B2B editors at an ABM event discuss the growing pains of multigenerational, multiplatform editorial staffs. Editors have to juggle multiple tasks and multiple skills. The 'feature writer' is dead. Full Story
Bonnier spin-off Moving Media officially launches its Mag+ suite of publishing tools for tablet-based magazine apps. The tools put magazine designers “back in the driver’s seat” but also integrate analytics for divining the user experience with the help of real data.